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Probably one of the darkest things the show has ever done but easily the best episode of season 7 so far 😂
It was brilliant. Disgustingly, disturbingly brilliant.
Really? This was probably the worst episode ever
@@notxvexorr4379are u drunk?
@@notxvexorr4379 just disgusting doesn't mean it's not the best episode so far in season 7. It requires good plotting to make you feel disgusting that way.
The way I started crying when they projected the man’s lifetime. As an attempt survivor, I really appreciated how this episode took something so dark and ironically turned it into something really beautiful.
I'm glad I was eating Ice Cream when this episode came out.Not only because it was anything but Spaghetti, but because I needed ice cream for precisely the same reason you did when you saw that scene.
Glad you're still with us. Known a few now who lost their battle and it really does make you appreciate scenes like you describe.
Not gonna lie I ain’t surprised this episode was headed by a white woman. Weakest of the season so way too preachy
This episode was the side of Rick and Morty that I greatly missed from the show. More of this please.
not my fav
Way too preachy
Technically it was the entree not the side.
How deliciously dark and morally complex one of the best episodes of the series. I like how Rick expresses his frustration at Morty's arbitrary moral compassing. Like Snake planet when the Terminator snakes came to kill him his excuse was to say he helped them by send an Earth snake for the one he kills after it bit him. Now he sees how jumping out the plane without a chute just leads to more impossible choices later on.
That dynamic is easily my favorite part of the show. Rick’s nihilism paired with Morty’s tendency to try and do right gives us the best episodes of the series imo I also think they bounce off each other well. Rick teaches morty the big picture stuff while morty tends to teach rick interpersonal stuff
This has to be a troll comment
"deliciously dark and morally complex" 😂😂😂
Honestly, I feel like after the Snake episode, Morty should really know not to get too involved in Rick's Grey Areas. It was Rick's fault that Morty found out the truth of the spaghetti, (the door was wide open!) and of course Morty wanted to know where it truly came from. Ok that's fair. It was everything after that was when I was screaming "STOP DIGGING, MORTY!"
Also reminded me of the Fart episode, I think that's the first time Morty's morals doom a whole civilization 😂
The worst part about last night's episode is that I actually had spaghetti before the show came on...
Love how original this was while still being an episode where morty destroys a society and Rick fixes it like the snake one
@@BobTheAwesomeBob just with less time travel
I made spaghetti tonight for dinner :D
Just remember, the man who died to become your spaghetti would appreciate it.
Heather and team should be immensely proud. This ranks up there with the best of the show. I am hard turning from out loud laughs to weeping and back - the most dynamically creative art makes that happen. Big time, season seven, can't wait for more.
This episode was incredible. Everything about it was so well thought out. The writing team and Heather should be very very proud of this episode, top 10 for me
Heather Anne Campbell is brilliant! No wonder it was a great episode.
That whole cow analogy was complete bs I can look at a cow shoot it and eat it for dinner that night.
@@bluegrip3007 and you think that makes you though?
@@bluegrip3007I trained at a dairy farm, and I can say the same, hell I’d even name the cow. But Hotdogs are a different story. Makes me vomit thinking about hotdogs.
@@vivimos_en_una_sociedad7758 I think his point was rather to say that he's a farmer. I do feel that people who haven't had livestock can be a bit weird about it, like they doesn't realize that the meat they eat come from an animal before they visit a cow on a farm. I have just bought 5 ducks for livestock and I've given them names, I talk to them and often hold and pet them. And it's going to a bit sad when I eventually slaughter them, but that's one of their purposes - to give egg, meat and pest control.
@@bluegrip3007 I met a guy who when asked what he did, said he was "a killer". He worked in a slaughterhouse, processing cows all day long. He was more Rick and less Morty. 🐄🍝😋
That ending was so emotional for me
The vacuums finding out where vacuum bags come from?
I honestly didn’t understand the whole vacuums thing…..
@@DaveGXIt's Vacuum Rick from another universe
@@flappyguy That really doesn’t clarify anything for me because as I said I have no clue what was going on with the vacuums bit…..
This is one of my favorite episodes of the season so far. This episode seems like it would fit well in season 1 or 2.
The worst episode ever
@@MLedZeppelinZoSoA I just like that “there’s something darker beneath the surface” feel that season 1 and 2 had. At least it wasn’t filled with incest.
Respectfully disagree. This is far from being even the worst episode of the season let alone the worst episode of the entire show.
This episode was so dark out of nowhere. Probably the best episode of the season so far
To be fair, people often joke about spaghetti looking like someone's guts and innards (especially around Halloween).
You guys really made one of the most dark and yet bizarre episode, you guys have made yesterday. The conclusion that you’ve shown of Fred’s entire life right before his death, really hits me hard.
This is a huge level up from the first 3 episodes. Looking forward to this season.
This episode and the Jerricky episode are actually seasons 1 and 2 levels of quality and it's making me so hopeful for the rest of the season
Jerricky was so good!!
Yessss very good season so far
It’s not on that level, it’s a terrible episode.
I thought it felt like season 2 it was a little more self aware but had just such an interesting plot and the jokes didn’t miss at all.
@@MLedZeppelinZoSoAit’s definitely on that level, this episode was very very well thought out. The jerricky episode was so random and hilarious. I disagree but I do respect your opinion.
This may be one of the darkest things they’ve ever done in Rick and Morty.😅 Good episode btw. I enjoyed it. One of the bests of Season 7 so far.
The scene where Fred was at his wife’s grave made me tear up, so good man
Loved the episode! They packed a LOT of layers in 21 mins! The president and morty dancing with his morals was the best!
One of the best episodes of the series in general. I loved it.
Greatest episode ever. It’s has strong moral message, while pulling at your heart strings when they show the life of that guy at the end. I mentioned the vegan connection of this episodes on the rick Morty Reddit page, yet most unsurprisingly did not agree. They are wilfully ignorant to the slaughter of animals just like what they are showing in this episode
By complete coincidence I had spaghetti that night for dinner. I understand why the previous episodes were so light on Morty this season. Great episode.
First watch on its premiere felt dark and depressing, to be honest. Watched it twice more in the following 3 days and now I feel like it's a top ten of the series. I mean short-list for submission, that level of good. Laugh out loud funny and deeply insightful all in 22 mins. Plus an excellent choice of song w/ Kotomi & Elder covering Oasis' 'Live Forever.' Great episode for me. Thank you.
I am very surprised about how well the new voice actor is doing
This is me just finding out Heather Anne Campbell is a writer for Rick and Morty after all the years of me watching her improv on Whose line is it anyway. 😂😂😂
This the the kind of Rick and Morty Episide which let us to love it. This has to be one of the best episodes you guys have ever made. Truly a peace of art, thank you
This is season is summing up to be one of the best seasons of the series 4 great episodes in a row beats what previous seasons had accomplished since season 3
This episode made me feel the same way as Season 2 episode 3. That song is all I am going to hear everytime I walk into the Spaghetti aisle at the grocery store.
I think this is one of the best episodes made so far. I think this might be my go-to episode of Rick and Morty to share after MeeSeeks and Destroy
One of the best episodes of Rick and Morty honestly.
I’m ashamed to say I cried during this episode. I just watched the final episode of AOT.
By far my favourite episode of all time
For me felt like vegetarian ideals sold trough an episode.I hate the forced agendas in media and entertainment but this one... omg I LOVED IT.One of the best episodes.
It’s more about ethics of consumption. how much are you willing to swallow the bad things that are involved with creating the things you enjoy. This goes beyond food. Clothing, entertainment, tons of industries are built on really dark and sketchy practices
Vegetarian ideals? I wouldn't say that at all, its more about what we consider to be moral and ethical, and the extent of ignorance.
Please do you really think there are no ethical moral grey areas in veganism?
@@theketaminekid1241 is subjective oc (I do agree with both points of views).We all get something different from the episode.I think that is what makes it so good.
I'm surprised they can eat spaghetti after this one. After watching the episode, I thought the spaghetti industry in the US will be mad at them. The episode really make me think about life in a way, I haven't thought about for years. Thank you for showing the world this remarkable work, but I really warned my friends who are yet to see it to be sure they're ready. I almost volmit the same time as Morty when the episode ended, the message was perfectly timed. Right now, Dan Harmon is the god of mightily written stories for me, can't wait for the Community movie.
Love this episode, definitely gonna order some pasta for dinner 😋
This was one of the best episodes in quite a while.The video talks mainly about food, hotdogs, spaghetti and meat in general. The meat industry is seen as one of the most brutal things on earth for good reason, but there is so much more to this episode I think. Let's not talk this topic down, meat is not the only food with issues, just look into the cocoa plantations in africa, heck water of all things has some questionable things going on. And it doesn't stop at that, the clothes we wear was often made by people working slavelike conditions, the phones and computers we use have metals in them that are mined in literal slave mines, where workers just get buried under the rubble if a cavein happens. Companies and managers not even trying to dig them out or save them since their live is not worht the effort. The things we consume in everyday live are often times made on the backs of exploitation and cruelty. Or to say it another way, there is no ethical consumption under capitalism. It was after all the pressure, the demand of the other planets that made spaghetti world unable to just stop producing. The economical backlash would have been too big and so more people would have died than if they just continued production.It makes sense then that the smith family , a stand in for an average family, in the end decides to just live in blissfull ignorance as so many others do. After all there is no exploitation, if youdon't know about it right?This is not even all the things you could talk about when it comes to this episode.
Thing is I know farmers who raise cattle personally and even they’ll tell you it’s not the fact we eat cows that’s the issue it’s factory farming that’s the issue. Free range farming is not only better for the animals but better for us as consumers.
@@gamingforever9121True, the problem is that free cattle farming costs more than factory farming meaning the corporations would make less profit, still profit mind you, just less. There may be products that advertise themselves by saying they are ethically sourced or waving signs saying "this cow died happy", but they are just not as profitable as mass production and therefore will never reach the size of the cheaper alternatives. Legislators would need to introduce laws that curb meat production or lower/end subsidies on the industry, but the lobby groups would never let that happen.
It's not one of the best; in fact, it's one of the worst because they throw logic out of the window to tell their 'dark' story. Remember when Rick and Morty used to be clever and funny with the sci-fi elements? Now it's being used as a plot device to drive the narrative
@@pelzebub6664 it doesn't just cost more, its basically impossible to feed 8 billion people with cattle cows
@@jassykatWhat logic was thrown out of the window?Just curious about your viewpoint.
One time I felt weird about episode was when Morty had 'a kid' with Summer. This feeling appeared again when I saw where spaghetti comes from. But the ending made it fly
Y'all have been knocking it out of the park with these episodes this season. This season's on its way to becoming the best in the show's run!
Good episode. Feels like the first seasons.
Desearía ver más episodios, quiero ver las consecuencias de esto.Ya que me interesaría conocer más aquello que no veo
We saw a little bit of Jerry’s darkside too this episode 😂😂😂 at one point he wasn’t sure if he wanted to eat it if it didn’t come from a body lmaoo
Yeah not gonna lie, this episode made me crave Spaghetti like crazy.
Episode surprised me however the ending is a nice touch, love this show.
With suicide being one of those sacred taboo subjects for a comedy show they did handle it as well as can be expected, it was the ending that brought the sensitivity of suicide to the forefront.
THIS IS WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT THIS EPISODE was the one I was waiting for since this new season started (the others were a miss for me). But this was going back to the rick and morty original roots, it was grungy enough, weird enough and controversial enough. I hope they will keep this up with the next episodes to come!!!!
This one was good. I thought episode 2 was good this season too. The others didn’t really do it for me either. So far I’m overall enjoying it although episode 1 was a total snooze fest
how tf did you not like jerricky that one is honestly better than a bunch of season 2 episodes
I relate to Rick in that I'm a vegan who still buys meat and cheese for everyone, letting everyone eat in ignorant bliss about how messed up it all is.
I feel that the writing stuff is great at making lore and indepth backstory but they needed Justin Roland wacky and zanny quirk to find the absurdness story. That was the sauce for season 1 and 2.
I wish they would make an episode where Rick meets a version of himself who’s the female version of Rick from another universe.
This episode was great!
Everytime Morty get involved in politics or business all hell break loose 😂
This is the best episode of the season so far by a long shot. Also Heather is really cute.
Absolutely loved it!
Pretty much the Best Episodes of Season 7 of Rick and Morty and pretty much the darkest episode they've ever did
This was such a great episode! I love spaghetti too. S7 has been really strong!
This episode was fire! I am finally used to the new voices. I love the moral of the story, too: ignorance is bliss. I can say with absolute certainty that I could take a guided tour of a slaughterhouse and when it’s over I would would go to straight to a steakhouse for dinner. I think season 7 has finally hit its stride. This episode was funny, thought provoking, ingenious, and absurd. I’ve rewatched it at least four times. The cold open was brilliant, one of R&M’s all time greatest. The show still has a bright future ahead!
👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿I used to work in the meat industry as well as the restaurant industry as a fry cook and believe me: Ignorance IS DEFINITELY BLISS 🤫🤫🤫
Id say you're sick but you wouldnt go back to steak after that. rn you just think you would. try out his equation, whatever it is you know that others dont yet youd still go back, isnt the worst thing about it.
The whole point of the ending is that people would prefer to be hypocrites than change their ways when they find out something they do is harming others, but they shouldn't be. Ignorance isn't bliss, not for the ones you are harming.
I am literally cracking up at how good this season has been so far and how dumb all the whiners must feel...
I was not prepared for how deep this episode was going to go omg
God, the spaghetti looked so delicious in this episode
It seems like a lesson Morty should already have learned from snake planet, the pocket dimension, vindicators, so on and so forth
man, this episode was awesome and the music so on point, BRAVO.
Wow I would put this in my top 3 of all time Rick and morty episodes.
Episódio muito bom e sinistro 😂😂😂
Wow i didn't think id get another episode that id consider one of my favourite rick and Morty episodes but man this one was a welcome surprise.Think this is gonna have to opposite effect of that mc mcdonalds sauce thing where this is gonna make people not want to eat something rather than will it back into existence
I'ma be honest, I thought this episode was going to lean into the Par-a-mee-see-an cheese and be something about how the family remembers this isn't their universe and that becomes the driving plot somehow.
I think you guys have made a lot of good of episodes and recently great ones evenBut this is one that actualy shock me , like really disturbe me in a long while Congrats
Best episode of Season 7 so far
one of the best and most profound episodes!
Anybody else tear up during the memory montage? 😢
I just realized. Why couldn't Rick simply have, you know, erased Morty's memory?
The same writer that did this also did one episode last season with similar premise, Aliens and food. Last season was that episode with fortune cookies and that big weird alien that made them. I guess this writer has a thing for Aliens and food.
This is the most profound episode yet. This is right up there with the Louis CK show where Doug Stanhope talks with Louis about suicide.
It was an awesome episode
Rick is like Gordon Ramsay when it comes to spaghetti.
As a vegetarian, this episode still applies. A lot of non-food things are used every day that we probably wouldn't want to know the origins, or the disgusting implications of.
The creators in there normal state are just as funny as the show 😂Not me I love spaghetti gimmie more spaghetti 😂
The best episode of the season so far by far
As funny as this episode is, it has forever ruined spaghetti for me, I’ll still eat to but not without thinking about this episode! 😂😂
Oddly, I started craving some pasta and sauce while watching.
Thats my new favorite episode ! It was mental even for a Rick and Morty episode this was mental. Mentally delicious.
La mejor serie 😅😂😁
i love heather on whose line is it anyway, i didn't know she was a writer on this show😅
Fantastic! Content and episode in general!
i was waiting for a rick and morty focused episode and this was worth the wait. i love seeing morty throughout the whole episode
Orny Adams would be a good actor to play a live action Rick. Idk why he came to mind but I think he be a good fit.
Loved the episode and the writing was amazing it made the episode really funny but you gotta admit that the spaghetti episode had the worst voice acting of all of season 7 so far
Ricks new voice actor makes me want to cry in the corner of my room😭
Go back to your corner then nobody cares 💀
Lol I feel you
i think Mortys new voice is tons worse.
@@controversialguyl why you gotta be so rude when I did nothing
Rick's solution was interesting if you can't get people to stop eating The Human Spaghetti, ruin it for everyone so no one will ever want it Again. 🤷🏿♂️
It's definitely true though. If you knew where your food actually came from, you would probably never want to eat again.
that's why some people choose to be willfully ignorant
@@heisen-bonesI know exactly where my food comes from I’m still eating meat, the issue isn’t the fact we keep and kill cattle it’s as I’ve said before and the conditions of those industrial factory farms that’s the issue .
@@gamingforever9121 yeah. Nothing wrong with eating meat. Humans aren't herbivores. The problem is how companies process meat
The best episode of the series and it's not even close
I gotta be honest, I really wish this episode came with a content warning of some kind. I know the response to that is probably to say I need a backbone, but having struggled with some of the themes in this episode that get played for jokes, it sent me down a really dark road for a while. I didn’t like feeling like that from one of my favorite shows.
This episode was so dark, depressing and I feelt so emty, even cried...
I like the way this episode progressed
You guys are the best, hands down.
I thought it was pretty funny. It's also kind of funny I am literally eating pasta as I'm watching this without flinching❤
This episode remind me 'The Terminator' episode. It's a huge f- up for Morty. I love it. Thank you guys.
well at least they got new writers for Rick and Morty I'm sure they'll spice up new episodes for this Season and the next season
This episode really put me in the mood for more spaghetti and steak
I knew this episode had vegan tendencies! loved it
Eating pasta will never be the same after watching this episode…
I love that they love spaghetti. I love spaghetti too.
when oasis started playing that's when I knew this was the best episode of the season
This show has gotten way too serious for itself.
I just realize we may see fleeflax prediction. As you recall Fleeflax predicted Rick being attack by Sasquatch looking creature but it’s actually that gorilla looking character in the trailer. Next Ep we will see that premonition.